THE HONEY BEE.
Cancer of the tongue (Br.).
BURNING AND STINGING PAINS.
Scarlatina, dry nose and throat, with hydrocephalic symptoms (Hr.).
A most important remedy in hydrothorax and also in basilar meningitis of children, after effusion (Fr.).
SENSATION OF SORENESS, AS IF BRUISED (Arnica, Belladonna, Lachesis).
VERY BUSY; RESTLESS; CHANGING THE KIND OF WORK, WITH AWKWARDNESS; BREAKING THINGS (Bt.).
Great sensitiveness to the touch and to external pressure, especially on the abdomen (Lachesis).
Uvula swollen sac-like. Throat swollen inside and outside.
Tonsils swollen, puffy, fiery red 9Br.).
Great debility, as if he had worked hard; he must lie down on the ground (Baptisia, Kali-P., Sepia).
Much yawning and uneasiness (Ra.).
Incontinence of urine, with great irritability of the parts; worse at night and when coughing (Ra.).
Dark coloured and scanty urine (Bt.).
Tension over the eyes, behind the ears, in the neck, and a tension involving the head of the left side.
ASCITES: URINE SCANTY AND DARK COLOURED; GREAT SORENESS OF THE ABDOMINAL WALLS, WITH STINGING, BURNING PAINS (Bt.).
PERITONITIS (Belladonna, Bryonia, Lachesis,) (Bt.).
Very tired feeling of the brain (Bt.).
Declares she is well, during delirium (Arnica, Arsenicum). (K.).
Heaviness and pressure in the head, especially when rising from a recumbent position, or from a seat, worse in a warm room and relieved by pressing the head with the hands.
Child lies in a torpor; delirium; sudden shrill cries; squinting; grinding teeth; boring head in pillows; one half of the body twitching, the other lame; head wet from sweating; urine scanty (Hr.).
Pale red, erysipelatous inflammations. Urticaria, worse during night (K.).
ERUPTIONS, LIKE HIVES (Rhus toxicodendron, Urt-U.).
Urticaria, especially during chill (Copaiva, Ignatia, Rhus toxicodendron, Sulphur) (K.).
Could bear nothing to touch his neck; could hardly breathe, from suffocation (Borax).
DROPSICAL SWELLINGS, WITHOUT THIRST. OEdematous swelling of the eyelids with stinging and burning pains; lids turned inside out, with granulations on their edges; cornea especially involved; falling out of the eyelashes (Borax, Graphites, Sepia, Sulphur). (Bt.).
INFLAMMATION OF THE EYES, WITH INTENSE PHOTOPHOBIA AND INCREASED SECRETIONS (Belladonna, Cantharis, Merc-C., Rhus toxicodendron, Sulphur).
Styes, particularly on the left eyelid (G.).
KERATITIS, WITH INTENSE CHEMOSIS OF OCULAR CONJUNCTIVA (Mercurius-C.). (Br.).
GREAT OPPRESSION AND BURNING IN THE CHEST, AS THOUGH THE PATIENT WOULD SMOTHER.
SENSATION, AS THOUGH HE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO BREATHE AGAIN (W.).
Rapid, painful, spasmodic respiration; aggravated by lying down, and relieve by inhaling fresh air, in an upright position (Fr.).
SKIN USUALLY WHITE AND ALMOST TRANSPARENT (OVARIAN DROPSY) (N.).
Alternate sweat with dryness of the skin (N.).
Frequent, involuntary, deep breathing (Ignatia, Acid phosphoricum.); long and sighing respiration (N.).
OEdema of hands, legs and feet; pale and waxy (N.).
With heart troubles great feeling of suffocation, as if he could never breathe again (N.).
PANARITIUM OR FELON, WITH BURNING, STINGING AND THROBBING; VERY SENSITIVE TO TOUCH (N.).
Diarrhoea: of drunkards; in eruptive diseases, especially if eruption be suppressed; involuntary, from every motion, as though anus was wide open (Phosphorus). (A.).
Gaping, after coughing (N.).
Affects right side; enlargement or dropsy of right ovary; right testicle (A.).
Is serviceable in acute nephritis, when the urine is scanty and of a dark colour (Bl.).
Metritis, with stinging, thrusting pains, Ulceration and engorgement of os uteri. Uterine dropsy. Menses too profuse or too scanty. Ovarian tumours, with stinging pains, like bee-stings (G.).
Chill anticipates. with dyspnoea (B.).
Heat of one part, with coldness of another (B.).
INTERMITTENT FEVER: CHILL AT 3 P.M. WITH THIRST, ALWAYS (Ignatia). WORSE IN A WARM ROOM AND FROM EXTERNAL HEAT (A.).
Chill begins in front of chest, abdomen and knees. Sleep and urticaria as chill passes off. Heat without thirst, with inclination to uncover (L.).
In a warm room sleeping; from getting wet; from hot application; in the evening; and from pressure.
In an open air; from cold water or cold bathing; from uncovering; and when sitting erect.
complementary: Natrum muriaticum
Disagrees, when used either before or after Rhus toxicodendron Arsenicum, and Pulsatilla follow Apis well.